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Wah gerennnn convocation korang ek..! huhu… ape2 pon.. aku just nk ucapkan congratulation on your graduation.. semoga korg semua akan berjaya dgn apa saja yg korg buat. and please, dont just stagnate and feel complacent with what u have now. seize the day. and please dont forget me!! willl miss you always.. contact me slalu k..

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Hey guys. Would like to annouce that im officially on holiday now. It is a 3–week break, pretty long tho. But i really need it so bad after a few months struggling with all those demanding academic stuff. Would like to wish those people out there, happy holiday. Neway, long holiday sometimes make me get bored quite easily. Ye la kan. U got nothing to do. hehe..  so, ble dah takde keje.. internet is the most useful tool to ease the boredom…neway, i came across this funny post from a forum board… and i cudnt stop laughing reading it.. so i guess no harm to share with u guyz kan…?? It is so amazing to see what we can do with letters…

This is really funny & interesting …

DORMITORY:
When you rearrange the letters:
DIRTY ROOM

PRESBYTERIAN:
When you rearrange the letters:
BEST IN PRAYER

ASTRONOMER:
When you rearrange the letters:
MOON STARER

DESPERATION:
When you rearrange the letters:
A ROPE ENDS IT

THE EYES:
When you rearrange the letters:
THEY SEE

GEORGE BUSH:
When you rearrange the letters:
HE BUGS GORE

THE MORSE CODE:
When you rearrange the letters:
HERE COME DOTS

SLOT MACHINES:
When you rearrange the letters:
CASH LOST IN ME

ANIMOSITY:
When you rearrange the letters:
IS NO AMITY

ELECTION RESULTS:
When you rearrange the letters:
LIES – LET’S RECOUNT

SNOOZE ALARMS:
When you rearrange the letters:
ALAS! NO MORE Z ‘S

A DECIMAL POINT:
When you rearrange the letters:
IM A DOT IN PLACE

THE EARTHQUAKES:
When you rearrange the letters:
THAT QUEER SHAKE

ELEVEN PLUS TWO:
When you rearrange the letters:
TWELVE PLUS ONE

AND FOR THE GRAND FINALE:

MOTHER-IN-LAW:
When you rearrange the letters:
WOMAN HITLER

 

hehehe… see.. i m still laughing as i am posting this… 😛 How about u..?


Hey hey, Uols 😛 Last Friday was one of those days in a year that most teachers are always waiting for. It’s the teacher’s day (16 May). They know exactly that on this date, they will be celebrated and appreciated by the students and any stakeholders who are still look upon teaching profession as a noble one. In current situation, teachers nowadays are not well respected compared to previous teachers during my parents’ age. I am going to be a teacher soon, and i dont really know how people will perceive me. Will i be perceived just like any any teachers? i dont want that to happen really. I believe that every teacher do have potentials in them to be not just ordinary teachers, but more than that. I know that i have all the potentials to be a better teacher, and im sure im gonna work hard and smart to unleash those potentials so that i can contribute to the betterment of the nations. :p haha anyway, this is a serious matter that i believe the government shud find ways to handle it. Based on my experience, i have seen a lot of teachers who are not committed to the profession. they decided to be teachers just because they could not get any other job in the market. spent a year in teacher training college/uni, then start teaching. well, i know i shud not generalise things, but this is my only opinion. most teachers graduated from kpli courses are lacking one thing; the teaching spirit! perhaps because of the short duration, the training does not give them enuff opportunity to develop this spirit, which i believe is very important for teachers to have. we as teachers, dont go to school for nothing. we are burdened with lotsa responsibilities, and once u decided to join this profession, like it or not, you have to be accountable to those responsibilities. dont teach because of the salary. teach because u want to teach, and u want your students to be better students. if you find yourself could not be good teachers, please do join other profession, but not teaching as you may destroy your students’ future. and for sure i dont want you guys to teach my children, if ever i have any. and for the government, do review the courses back and make some necessary changes. if one year training for kpli is not enuff, then do it longer. dont think that u can save lotsa money by providing an express training to teachers. do remember that these teachers are the one who gonna prepare the generations that will give back the money to u (cukai yg mencekik!).

Enuff rambling… last Friday, cohort 2 students did organised one of its-kind teachers day. Had great comments from lecturers as they were walking out of the hall. and congrats to all of u who have worked so hard and participated whole-heartedly in any of the activities during the teacher’s day celebration. I believe that we managed to shut some dirty-farken mouths. I had fun. The games were interesting, the assemby was fab, the video presentation was creativite and catchy, the choral speaking was extravagant. I love everything the day has offered me.

 

Well. We all wore so smartly as well. Haha the guys looked like IPBA’s next top models, with the black pants, and white shirt complemented with black slim tie. Well i guess the same colour code for both guys and girls on that day tried to show the whole ipba community that we are actually united in making the event a success. tho there were a few of us who didnt, but we still rox the day, didnt we?

 

So, before i end my rambling for this time, i would like to take this opportunity to wish Happy Teacher’s Day to all my teachers at SK. Pusat Kemaman, SMK. Chukai Kemaman, Pahang Matriculation College, lecturers at International Languages Teacher Training Institute, University College Plymouth St Mark & St John Plymouth, and other teachers who have taught me to become of who i am now. U have done so much for me, and i am glad that you are my teachers. and i will always remember you and appreciate all the things u have done for me. U are the best teachers of all. Happy Teacher’s Day..


Hm i believe most of u do have driving license, dont you? not all. i know. but i said most of u right? well, i got my license soon after i reached 17yo. my mom insisted my dad to register me for the driving lessons as i kept on curi-curi bawak my dad’s car. haha. as a record, i started driving cars since i was in form 2. i have been driving without license for quite sometimes tho, and my always got my mom worried. haha. i think my mom cudnt tahan anymore, so my dad went to register soon after i celebrated (i never really celebrate birthdays tho)my 17th birthday. i didnt get any birthday present that year, but i guess since they paid for the lessons, so i take it as my birthday present. haha 😛 didnt have much difficulty during the lessons, and exams. i pass with flying colours. so i guess i am a good driver. 😛 experience taught me a lot. for that long duration of driving illegally, i might have learnt quite a lot especially the skills of driving. so that’s might be the reason why i didnt have much problem. anyway, do u think you are a good driver? share with me! Let’s see how much summons have you got so far. to check, do click to this link, and do share the result okies;

 

http://pkukmweb.ukm.my/~knam/JPJ.htm